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things around baltimore city. as we look at the beltway, traffic is moving pretty well. we usually see brake lights, but it is going to slow up a bit as you approach liberty road. right now in baltimore city, we are working an accident at marabia. traffic lights still out at northern parkway and charles street and expect road closures as they continue to clean up from yesterday's fire activity and no real problems with our drive times, jfx looks good as does the 95 corridor. megan, back to you. >> 6:33 right now. it has become a national debate to burn or not to burn. a pastor in florida wants to set the koran on fire on the 9th anniversary of september 11. as you can imagine, leaders here in baltimore are speaking out. sherrie johnson joins us live in the studio with more on this story. >> it's a big controversial topic. the pastor of a small church in florida said he will go forward with his plan to burn copies of the koran on saturday. now the head of a baltimore islamic group says terri jones plan shows a misunderstanding of his religion and a disrespect for all religions. he say
tonight is getting personal. he was the only local reporter there. the baltimore area developer who has a license to open a parlor next to the mall when door-to- door tonight. david joins us live in studio tonight with more on the crusade. >> he has been going door to door for the past couple of weeks. 500 or so and counting. his wife often goes with him. he plans to campaign in the evenings and weekends. he is a man on a mission. he is perhaps the most well- known and one of the most successful developers in baltimore. >> i do not know if you know much about how much revenue is involved. >> he is not the nine doors and soliciting support for a slot parlor to be built next to the anne arundel mall. >> taxes will go to the right places. >> this comes from a man with the means to hire someone who could brush's own teeth. the first year of operation will generate $400 million for education. >> 4000 new jobs with a preference to the people live here in the county. >> he chose the mall after considering buying the park. he plans to create 6500 parking spaces there as well. >> it will be
and the next 24 hours. >> local officials are getting ready in case we feel the effects in the baltimore area. kim dacey is live in curtis bay with more. >> we are expecting to hear from the coast guard in about an hour about their preparations and conditions on the water. city officials held press conference to tell residents to be prepared for emergency situations like we have seen with other storms. these include having an emergency kit of supplies and batteries and 3-day supply of hot weather. -- 3-day supply of bottled water. stay tuned to television and radio for updates on the course of the storm. >> the storms are expected to come dangerously close to the eastern shores of our state. and a small shift, and this is always a problem in baltimore, could have a major impact. we can have severe weather in baltimore. >> you want to stay tuned to channel 11. we will of the latest tonight on 5:00 and 6:00. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> ocean city is now under a hurricane watch, and the area in north carolina of the outer banks is under hurricane warning. it is moving to the northwest at abou
this will mean for the airport and baltimore. >> southwest is the largest air carrier in baltimore. one economist says the announcement will mean good things for baltimore and bwi southwest airlines is the largest carrier for bwi, running 140 flights out of baltimore. a merger between southwest and airtran will mean more flights and more passengers. passengers will spend more money on things like parking and a food. that translates into more money for the city and state. >> there could be benefits for hotels if baltimore is a more convenient destination. convention planners will choose hotels here. that is good news. >> there are still some unanswered questions about the deal. no decisions have been made about eliminating employees. there will likely be job losses on the corporate level. more jobs could come to baltimore. >> southwest gets bigger at bwi. there are more flights. more flights mean more people needed to book the flights, to help passengers, including screening them through security. >> there are positives about the merger, there could be revenue. revend kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >
>>> bumpy roads in baltimore. more on that story, coming up. >>> first big wave of new rules under the healthcare law leaving many scrambling to get ahead of the changes. >>> $100,000 worth of jewelry, that is enough to scare store owners and shoppers don't you think? >> good morning, i'm jamie costello. >>> and friday is almost here and fall is here. meteorologist justin burke. good morning, justin. >> reporter: we had big boomers roll through last night. especially in the evening the overnight hours. we'll see if kim has any updates on the traffic delays as a result of some of those. yesterday we had 91. the 53rd day we hit surpassing the 90-degree mark. happy fall today. we have morning fog and more heat on the way. as we check it out. we are generally looking across the area, conditions are basically summer like. 67 degrees in baltimore. with fog in baltimore county. some of the valley locations held on to some of the cooler temperatures during the morning hours. big storms rolled through yesterday as well. going for 88 today as our guaranteed high. could reach 90 in some spots
of bad weather tonight in my sky watch forecast. >> building collapsed in est baltimore. high tech quipment being used to ssarch for possible victims. the. >> he's nicknamed hitler. how long this man will go to priion for beating a man and the apology he offered to the% victim. >>> [applause]. ú>reporter: maryland first slots parlor finally open for business. good news that convinced operators to unlock the doors three days early. >> hello. >> a ow home comes crashing down possibly trapping a person inside. ww are followiig that breaking news out of west baltimore tonight. it is happening on druid hill avenue and lawrence street. everythinggbut the front wall of theevacant home collapsed about 3:30. you can see bricks and wood strewn across the ground. rescue cree are using thermal imaging to search for any possible say they doubt that anyone is under the rubble. we'll continue to follow this story and bring you more information as soon as it becomes available. ú> the storm that moved through the area today brought tornado warnings with them. >> parts of carol howard and
howard stern, who discovered he insects. >> baltimore's ooher football team. why players think they deserve yyor attennion. oh, my ggd. i don't know what toosay. >> talk about awkward. -hii major mistake this game show announcer just made. >> live in high definition, from wbff tv in baltimore, this is fox 45 news "late edition". >> hello again, i am jeff barnd. >> and i am ennifer giibert. we are expecting heavy rain overnightt it hasn't gotten here yet but ccmmuters in a few hours. >> how much can we expect, and when will the rain hitt chief meteorologist vytas reid has a look at the ssvere weather moving through maryland. vytas? >> we have not seen the heaviest earlier today we saw some and then a break. few breaks in the clouds for sunset to be allowed. but we are seeing some of the heavier showers ssuth of dc. it looks like rossing the potomac and buuld in throogh the overnight. and more to work with down what is actually tornado watche3 over parts of north carolina s atmosphere is going tt continue to shift north. we can see the potential for tornadoos tomorrow. that's
. >> stolen car out of control at baltimore intersection. >> his body was twisted. it was something out of the movies. >>reporter: what an innocent victim was doing just seconds before the craah. >>> this is on fire. you people need to move. >>reporter: 2 dozen horses dead after a barn fire. why the people who shot the video are being called heroes. >> warm ooe today but cool down more seasonnble temperatures coming. when we temperatures coming. when we can fall fall intt the 70's sz. >> hello. >> newspaper saleeman hit by a stolen car as the thief tried to get away from the cops. ú> happened on the corner of north and fulton avenue in west baltimore. kathleen is live at the scene with the very atess on this story tonight. kathleen. >>reporter: tonight poliie say they have the driver of the stolen car in custody. the crash happened right there. and the newspaper salesman hit remains hospitalized but is expected to survive. the newspaper salesman says goods frommthe median strip where he was when heliccpter when it crashed. peooll on the busy corner we
's office setting aside any challenging of the vote patricia jessamy concedes the race for baltimore city state attorney. i'm christian schaffer. jest jessamy was facing more than 1300 vote deficit after 15 years as city state's attorney. she's ready to move forward. jeff hager has more on her decision. >> at this time i want to thank the citizens of baltimore city for giving me the opportunity to serve. it has been a labor of love. >> reporter: and with that baltimore city state's attorney patricia jessamy announced she had telephoned her opponent gregg bernstein and had conceded the race to retain her office of 15 years. the incumbent says she learned a long time ago to let life's turns make her better, not bitter. and she's now prepared to focus upon her future. >> i am definitely not going quietly into the night. i am a public servant by nature, and there is an initiative that i have been working on that i'm going to volunteer initially my time towards and it is that fifth sunday to violence initiative. >> reporter: having spent time putting criminals behind bars she wants to reac
, kim, how are you doing? >> thank you. we are doing good traffic wise as well. although in baltimore city, you probably will see that intersection remain closed as they continue that cleanup from yesterday's fire activity. dealing with an accident still on northbound 95, some activity remains on the right shoulder and debris in the roadway. 895 southbound as you approach the exit. 795, you're going to be looking good the entire stretch from route 140, that is about a 5 minute ride. you will see it start to pick up a little bit. that will take you an additional five minutes. as we look at our cameras, here's 95 at the fort mchenry tunnel. no problems as you make your way through the tube. minor congestion as you approach the toll plaza. megan, back to you. >>> baltimore city firefighters have been working overtime today dealing with multiple fires and here's the most recent one. a viewer sent this video to us. the shot of the fire in mount vernon. the flames were shooting up near charles street and madison street. the fire broke out around 11:30 last night. firefighters were able to c
from our affiliate in baltimore, wbal-tv. this is johns hopkins hospital. yes, the world renowned johns hopkins hospital. baltimore police are on the scene of a shooting inside the hospital in east baltimore. we understand the shooting took place or at least police received a call at about 11:12 p.m., a little more than a half hour ago of a shooting at the hospital. this is on north wolf street, and the shooting victim is reportedly in critical care right now. we understand that the shooter is actually hiding inside of a patient's room on the eighth floor of the hospital, unclear whether the gunman is related to the patient. we understand that the hospital has been -- has been -- evacuated. that makes all of the sense in the world, obviously, and that information is coming from the associated press. let's recap the situation. we have a shooting inside of johns hopkins hospital. that's east baltimore. we understand the hospital has been evacuated. that's a pretty large campus, too, so that's a sizable evacuation. but again, the shooter is being, is inside of a patient's room on the eight
in baltimore, this is fox 45 news at 0:00. >> hell low, i am jeff barnd. >> and i am jennifer gilbert. 24 alarm fires in west baltimore. ten row homes up in smoke. >> happened minutes apprt less3 than one quarter of a mile away today's weather mmy have played a key role in the blazes. karen parks is currently in west baltimoree and tells us no onee3 was hhrt. but these fires are still under investigation tonight. karen? >> that'' right jeff. innestiggtors are still here, on the scene. -ou mentioned earlier, in the intro, you talked abouu high winds. windy right now. just imagine what it was like a now, the fire started right here. you can sse all the debris left. after three homes caught on fire. the blaze then spread, across the street. i will try to get over here to show you. these five row homes, went up in flames, and it did not stop here. and investors say high winds could be a factor. but will not confirm. 5 ell you. as for neighbors. it was a iasco none will forget. >> it is crazy. you got one, two, three, four, five, six, seven. seven firee. >> flames tear down homes. >> in the
're looking at temperatures this morning, 57 degrees officially in baltimore. and our 2-degree guaranteed high brings us up with sunny skies to 80 degrees this afternoon. by 4:00 p.m. lets check the roads with kim. >>> good morning. traffic is moving very well around the beltway so far. no problems up and down 95. as we peek here in anne arundel county, this is going to be 97 at benfield boulevard. traffic is pretty good northbound towards 695. no problems southbound as you approach route 50 making your way in towards the capitol beltway. traffic looks good towards dc so far. as we look at drive times, very few delays especially northbound 95. nine minutes between route 100 to 95. howard county, 10 minutes between i-70 to route 32. on the outer loop of the beltway southwest corner, no problems. only six minutes between i-70 and 95. one incident this morning, in western howard county, woodbine, they've actually closed the intersection of route 94 and old annapolis road again. we had downed poles and wires and utility work continues so expect to see minor delays out in that area. back to you. >
. >> reporter: baltimore city health officials are trying to be proactive in the fight against bedbugs. they're basically holding a meeting right here at the war memorial building today at noon in downtown baltimore. basically they want to map out a strategy to fight against the bedbugs and also answer questions or concerns that people might have. the blood sucking critters turned up in frederick county in a library there. the county hired exterminators to make sure all of its libraries are free of the insects and in howard county, a couple has filed a $500,000 lawsuit over a bedbug infestation in an ellicot city apartment. the couple was forced to move out of their apartment and throw away most of their possessions because their apartment was never properly treated for bedbugs. that meeting kicks off at noon today at the war memorial building. this is free to the public, but there is limited seating. you might want to get here early. reporting live in downtown baltimore, sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >>> are we bracing for an attack? intel agents overseas have uncovered a terror plot against
just arrived. the fire started again because of the winds. to give you the idea i was in east baltimore cover covering an accident and -- we are out hereafter night and we pulled up on scene and when i pulled up on this you wouldn't believe it. the fire started in about three empty homes. the fire department couldn't get in them because the empty homes were boarded up and bricked up. next thing you know it jumped the street, caught on a couple other homes and then the next thing it just broke out to where it jumped in to another neighborhood two blocks away. tonight i will let the folks tell you their own story. >> the flames started over here in the old funeral home. they are just flames just leaping across the streets. it was burning a lot of grass. everything. first it was burning the houses on the end. it didn't look like it was going to come over but it did. >> i went. >> i lost everything. everything. >> i saw the fire which is on the right side of the street now. it was fully engulfed. once the flames started shooting out the roof adipost of wind came up and elm berthas the r
edmonton avenue. and i-79 southbound to the route 2 exit no problems there. no issues in baltimore county or howard county and even prince george's prince george's county. >> how many time have you come up on the car, it's swerving, it's changing lane, and you pull up to look, and it's the darn cell phone. >> distracted driving is considered as dangerous as drunk driverring, and the government -- driving, and the government wants to do something even stronger about it. russell and kimberly herr lost their daughter last year and she was on her way to her wedding planner's place of business when she was killed. >> we couldn't believe that our daughter was taken by us from someone who was texting. >> we are living proof that in three or four seconds your entire life can change, and semily we will -- certainly, we will never be the same again. >> starting in october, -- driver will not be -- drivers will not be allowed to use their hand held cell phone. >> hearing the words bed bugs, it makes you itch. i hope you are waking up without bed bugs. however, they are really a problem in your stat
this morning. yesterday, we've got our time lapse imagery across baltimore. you can see we had a mix of clouds thrown into the sky but this morning 67 at oriole park camden yards. that is one of the warmest spots we can find. most of you start in the 50s. ellicott city 54. 58 degrees in perry hall and 57 bel air and northeast. follow the our wake-up window at the bottom of the screen. you'll see a nice weather pattern the next couple of days. hopefully we have nice traffic to talk about. let's toss to it kim brown. >>> we have good traffic to piggyback on the good weather. no accidents or incidents right now. everything that we had early on has been cleared. so traffic is off to a good start. on the beltway, so far so good, pretty quiet, 695 at harford road, both loops moving without problems. west side looking good between 795 and 70 on the outer loop. 95 corridor will be clear the entire stretch especially between the beltways, 695 and 495, no issues. bw parkway, no problems and harrisburg expressway looking good as well. back to you. >>> 5:32. today's the last big primary day before novembe
of the most contentious the race for the baltimore city's state's attorneys office. only 5% of the districts are reporting and it's showing a race too close to call. >>> wjz is live with complete coverage. let's begin with kai jackson who's live in terry hill. >> reporter: we're in south baltimore, jesepie she is used to fight. she has several of them and she walked in here tonight feeling pretty confident about the results in this election. jesepie was all smiled, showing no concern. jesemie in a battle to keep her job. jesemie has been stating attorney since 1985. cease admittedly tough and says she will not give up without a fight -- she is admittedly tough. >> we are confident that the voters elected the best person. so, we'll await the return. >> reporter: jesemie is here at the baltimore rowing club. talking with supporters, it's interesting to note here denise, pat jesemie raised $100,000 in media. that's how much she spent. we'll see how if that plays out at all. >> thank you very much, kai. our complete coverage continues now with derek valcourt. >> reporter: it has been a slow nigh
-- hundreds of thousands of homeless and intently, including rosemarie in baltimore. >> i will probably cry tonight. they will be tears of joy and tears of sadness. >> her son was killed october 15, 2005. he had been there for two months when his hummer was hit by an 18-wheeler and exploded. >> i do not want any parent or any family to have to endure the hurt that i have. it is like it happened yesterday. >> the president focused great deal on what still needs to be done in iraq and afghanistan. 50,000 troops will stay in iraq until the end of 2011. >> advising and assisting the iraqi security forces, supporting iraqi troops in counter-terrorism missions. >> rose marie said that she would feel better if it was more of a clea andn break. >> the responsibility that we felt that we had to help them meant, no. do i think my son died in vain? no. he died for a purpose. they are all heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice. my son died a hero and that is all i can say. >> two other soldiers died in that accident with her son. >> the centralist -- the sexual assault of a 83-year-old woman in her own
a man is shot and killed in south east baltimore. police were called to the scene at hall berth avenue and cape found a 30-year-old man shotey in the chest. he was pronounced dead at hopkins bay view. 2 people were shot in west baltimore. it happened at 9 p.m. monday at west saratoga and north sproous streett man shot and woman grazed by a bullet apparently after an argument. man was taken to theehospital wwth gunshot wounns in the chest and arm. no word on the sues pest in the hooting. >> baltimore police officer is arrested after bar fight in south west baltimore. happened in the pprking lot of club reality around 1:30 monday morning. investigators say officer refuse receipt walker got into a fight after a woman punched him in the face. walker was arrested and charged with assault and behavior that upped minds the integrity of ttis agency, men and women of the pd work too hard. this type of behavior is unacceptable. >>reporrer: walker is alreaay suspended for an inciddnt last year. he was not wearing his badge or his weapon at the -útime oo this incident. >>> primary day
bite and breed right in your own bed. bedbugs are becoming such a nuisance in the city of baltimore, the city is taking melinda roeder explains how they aae trying to exterminate them. -p>> reporter: these bugs are tough to detect and nearly impossible o get rid of unless youuknow the proper steps to@ take. the city is hosting proper forums. half the problem is jjst identifying the source, ooten a neighbor's home since many outbreaks occur in apartments and row homes and the bug can crosswalks in walls.mall >> he irst thiig i did when i founddout was i knocked on my neighbor's doors. when i heard my next door neighbor had them for three years, been using the foggers and sprays, nothinggwas working. the longer you wait, the orst infestation is. >> reporter: killing the bugs usually requires several extermination treatments but can be one with proper washing, steam cleaning and using special powders, you can contact the health department for more information if you think you've got them. melinda roeder, fox 45 news at 5:30. today they ttok their case beforeetoday's marylanddboard
, the deal gives southwest a neighbor -- and even tighter grip on the baltimore washington travel market. southwest would no longer have to compete with airtran for low fares. >> are you concerned that southwest has a stranglehold on the market? >> i expect that low-fare phenomenon will continue. >> the next low-cost carrier competitor is jet blue. >> a could be months before this deal is approved and much longer before airtran is officially out of fear. southwest says yes, backs will still fly fleet and they will still have that open seating policy. >> will you change your airline preference? for a force of you say, no. you can vote on wbaltv.com. >> for the first time in decades, he did not have to cross maryland state lines to place slot. the first casino is open for business. >> a hollywood has come to cecil county. the hollywood casino. it is the state's first opened and it 8:00 this morning, there were plenty of people who could not wait to get in. >> i am kind of excited to see what is going on. >> she loves the casino. >> a hollywood famed casino has 34,000 square feet of floor s
voters came to the polls. baltimore county is not much better. the elections director katie brown tells us the original projections were 25% to 30% turnout. as of 3:00 this afternoon it was far less than 20% in the county. early voting is only counting for about 3% of the voters. she says this could be a record year in a bad way. >> we're averaging anywhere from 200 to 300 at a precinct. there are 23 precincts in baltimore county, some coming in just breaking 500 after 3:00 today. that's pretty low. >> is that surprising? >> it is. i was expecting at least 25% to 30% turnout. we had a 33% turnout back in 2006. for the gubernatorial primary. so i was hoping we would reach around that. >> both brown and jones say they do expect the numbers to pick up. some after people start getting off work and going to the polls but not by much. roosevelt leftwich, abc2 news. >>> for months you've heard them talk about the changes they would bring to the community. gregg bernstein says he understands crime, patricia jessamy says you need her experience. tonight you decide who is the best person for the
are watching the state's attorney's race as we followed developments with the baltimore county executive's race. we have details on what is next in the rematch for maryland governor. >> we begin with the state's attorney's race. with 100% of the precincts reporting, patricia jessamy is trailing gregg bernstein by less than 1300 votes. let's go live to the city board of elections for the latest. >> those final numbers from the precinct came in just before 4:30 this afternoon. about 25 minutes ago, the campaign for gregg bernstein issued the following statement -- we are pleased to see the final results are consistent with the voting trends we observe all day yesterday. i again thank all of the volunteers to have devoted so much time and energy to helping our campaign. not exactly a victory statement. we will hear more about that in just a second. but it has been a very long day to get to this point of having all the votes counted. here is what happened. it took a full 20 hours after the polls closed in the city state's attorney's race. but finally this afternoon, election officials reported resu
for both camps as clearly every vote counts. in baltimore brian kuebler abc 2 news. this statement was just released by the bernstein camp. we are pleased to see that the final results consistent with the voting trends. a spokesperson for the jessamy campaign have conflicting numbers and are not ready to concede the election. there are more than 2100 absentee ballots yet to be counted. >>> let's see how the numbers fared when it comes to gubernatorial primary on the republican side former governor robert erhlich topping brian murphy who was endorsed by sara p palin. martin o'malley winning easily over his challengesers. they will see a rematch of the 2006 maryland governor's race. in the democratic race for baltimore county executive kevin k has claimed victory. he told reporters that he had received a telephone message from his opponent joe bartenfelder conceding the race. in light of the bitter campaign he says he will reach out to his opponent to heal the divide in the party. >> look, it's the same message i gave to my kids, there's a winner and loser in every ball game it's not a refl
of loch raven boulevard and northern parkway in northeast baltimore. a security officer fired shots when the men tried to rob the liquor store. right across the street, the mercy high school soccer team was getting ready for a game. coach doug pryer heard the shots and sprung into action by escorting his team into the school building and ran after the suspects, tackling one of them. >> i did what anybody else would have done. get the kids to safety, secure that area and just make it safe for the kids. >> well, thanks to that coach, one of the suspects was caught and arrested. police are still searching for the other man. in the studio, sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >>> 6:31 right now. topping our look at news around the nation, disturbing cell phone video of a 2-year-old, a 2-year-old smoking a joint. a 21-year-old mother can be heard coaching her in the background. police investigators said the incident happened in august. a person who saw it gave a copy of the cell phone video to the state family services agency. right now the mom is behind bars. if she's convicted of numerous charges, i
in iraq. sergeant john burn, iii from baltimore died in a noncombat related incident. his death was the result of a medical condition but the exact cause is not known according to a spokesman at forth gordon. he leaves behind a wife and two children ages 6 and 10 he was just deployed in august. >>> tonight police in anne arundel are investigating sexual assault in odenton. she was attacked by three men. she was looking for her boyfriend at the intersection of scott lane and saltoun avenue when three men dragged her to a dark area and raped her. police searched the area for suspects but they did not find them. they are asking anyone with information about this case to call the anne arundel sex offense unit. (410)222-3468. >>> baltimore city will be getting a new state's attorney after 15 years in office. patricia jessamy conceded the race. jeff hager has been following the story all day, the matter of counting the votes will continue but with gregg bernstein leading patricia jessamy by more than 1300 votes she's accepted to step down. she takes turns and becomes better not bitt
a little bit of fog. it took down trees in baltimore county, and a nasty storm came right along route 50 all the way near croftton. temperatures in arnold 67, 63 toward westminister. not much of a spread this morning, but we have areas of fog. what appears to be a developing thunderstorm just west of hagerstown. otherwise we expect a dry morning. isolated thunderstorms, with a guaranteed high of '88. could reach 90 in backyards. here's kim brown. good morning. >>> hey justin, good morning, everyone. we have another accident reported up in perryville in harper county. police are also still working an accident at the baltimore county line on the eastbound lanes of route 40. right now looking at our drive times however, no problems around the beltway. looking good from bel air to providence. 95 southbound. traffic starting to build slightly. a four minute ride from white marsh on down. we check our cameras, we are looking pretty good so far here at 83 and warren road. northern baltimore county got hit hard with storms, debris is blocking a couple of intersections. i'll let you know about th
and soul place in outh baltimore. 2 men shot in the stomach. third shot in the hip. all 3 in serious condition but expected to ssrvive. >> abouut2 hours later homicide detectives were open the scene of a shooting in east baltimore. investigators say a man and oman were shot in home wood avenue and east preston street no. word on suspect in either shooting. >> man who said he hates hispanic indicted on hate charges. he's accused in the they say he beat reed with a wooden stake. they say he suffers a mental illness he said he hates hispanic just after arrested. >> 2 alarm fire rips through a hhme in north baltimore forcing some of the people trapped inside to jump to safety. the fire broke out around 2:30 this morning alonn west northern parkway near falls road. 6 people inside when the fire started. everybody got out but one woman was injured when she had to jump out of the second eitherrget urned or jump. so if we would haae been in there a moment longer then we would haveeburned right with it. so glad the survival stils skills kicked in when they did. >>reporter: the woma
of his ome near he park in july. >> baltimore city police search the house of the man that shot a hopkinssdoctor. his mother, then himself. police wwnt tt search the arlington virginna home, where prior to the deadly shooting. looking for clues about his mental state leading up to the shooting at hopkins. >> baltimore police meet with ú%curity chiefs from rea universities and hospitals following lasttweek's hopkins emergency plans for institutions like hopkins, loyola, and morgan state. bealefield is trying to improve communications between school security, and baltimore city police. >> surveillance viddo was the focus today in he trial of three men accused in the murder of former councilman ken harris it came from ssveral cammras, including one insideeof the haven lounge where harris was the night the bar was robbed. a security guard that saw part of the video testified today that he could easily identify two of the suspects.ú because he recognized one's profile. and because the other has a funny walk. >> but ddfense attorneys say the video is inconclusive. >> in my opinion
a university of baltimore police officer who in turn contacted baltimore police. >> reporter: officers located three suspects. 16-year-old deshay wilson, 14-year-olds keith anderson and lawrence horton a few blocks away. they also recovered the knife used to stab the unidentified 37-year-old victim in the back. a month ago this man who refused to give us his name claims a group of teens also approached him. in the same neighborhood. >> i was on my way home. one kid asked me -- ( indiscernible ) -- two more walked up. >> reporter: he claims one teen raised their arm as if to strike him. >> ( indiscernible ) -- put his hand up. i told him not to do it. >> reporter: the latest stabbing happened in the middle of the afternoon. >> there's a lot of college people around here. i don't know why that would happen. >> i wouldn't have walked down here if i had known that. >> reporter: police stepped up patrols surrounding penn station a after the fatal stabbing of a johns hopkins researcher in july. >> it's frustrating for police especially in this area where you have increased patrols, you have camera
. >> with the ravens loss and an orioles win, baltimore sports fans have mixed emotions. but it was good news for some down-home baltimore merchants. you can thank the new york yankees. the resurgent orioles have meant an uptick in crowds downtown. it is bringing a boost to baltimore's economy. add in a raven the way game, and you have some very happy businesses. >> in the past few days have been the busiest we have had all season. we rang and over $10,000 in sales as of yesterday. >> i really appreciate the yankee fans coming down. they're helping out the city, absolutely. i think we had almost a sellout crowd last night and the night before. what i do not appreciate is the actual fans themselves. >> speaking of those fans, you're looking at yankee fans coming out of the orioles game. they seem a bit lost, maybe. but they provide a lot of good business for downtown baltimore. guess who's playing tonight? the new york giants. maybe some of these yankees fans will stick around in baltimore to watch the giants game tonight. >> we are always happy to take the new yorkers. the offensive was felt something
effect of hurricane earl. baltimore. there will not be a big title search. this will all be down at the beach. keep that in mind when we do the forecast. let's talk about what will happen here in baltimore. hazy conditions out there. there is a lot of pollution in the air. 70 degrees at the top of the hour. lots of sunshine with a high temperature of 95 this afternoon. the average high temperature is 82. we are way above the mark. better news for the upcoming weekend. >> are you tired of answering questions from e-mail? >> pretty much. >> no need to evacuate. >> we are looking at a good ride on the major roadways. there is a downed tree near glen eagles scored in towson. all lanes are closed there. volume is still on the light side. we're running smoothly on all of the major roadways. delays will crop opt in about 30 minutes. this is the harrisburg expressway coming at of york road. this is southbound traffic looking a little bit heavy as volume starts to build there. this is the southwest corner of the beltway at frederick road. we will keep you posted on anything new that crops
to the delaware casinos, leaving baltimore in the southern part of the state. it is great for this day. we will cut them off before they get there. it is a much shorter drive. >> the casino is expected to gross $160 million in the and the first full year of operation. a merger between the two largest discount airlines could be on the horizon. southwest plans to purchase airtrans and to drop their luggage fees. >> southwest runs 140 flights per day out of baltimore. a merger would mean more flights and more passengers. the increase passengers would spend more money on things like parking and food. that translates into more money for the airport, the city and the state. >> it is good for the convention industry in our hotels. if baltimore is a more convenient destination because more flights are coming here, it is more likely that convention planners will choose baltimore. >> there are still unanswered questions about the deal. a southwest spokesperson said no decisions have been made about eliminating employees. while there would likely be job losses on the corporate level, the merger could
inside. >> a stolen car oust control at a busy baltimore city intersection. >> it was ssare receive. >> what the innocent victim wws do seconds before the crash. >> putting women's health at-risk. the discovery t an abortion ccinic that led o a doctor's suspension. >> slight chance of rain tonight and less humid tomorrow. the next time we could see some significant rain, in the sky watch forecast. >> live in high definition, from wbff tv in baltimore, his is fox 45 news at 10:00. >> hello, i am jennifer gilbert. >> and i am jeff barnd. tomorrow two doctors will fight to gee back their license to practice medicine. >> they were apparently involved ii an abortion, that crossed state lines. and ended with a young woman being flown to shock trauma. >> john rydell tells us tonight police have uncovered very disturbing evidence in this particular case. >> on main street in elkton, most folks know the lawyers and family doctors. but few knew much aaout this unmarked abortion clinic. until now. >> i was shocked. i wonder how many underage victims have been involved. >> police saa their p
will respond. >> live in high definition frrm fox 45 news in baltimore, this ú% fox 45 news at 10:00. >> hello, i am jeff barnn. >> anddi am jennifer gilbert. votes are being counted right now in maryland's primary races. >> two races will most likely be decided this evening. even though a lot of voters decided to stay hooe. >> one of those races is for baltimore city state's attornee. jefffabell is standing by live in canton where bernstein is waiting for results. >> and joy lepola joins us from south baltimore with current state's attorney jessamy waiting to see if she can keep her job. >> the otherr ace most likely decided tonight is baltimore county executive. kevin kamenetz has spent a lot keith daniels is live in pikesville waiting to see if it pays off. >> bartenfelder has been serving with kevin kamenetz in thh baltimore ounty council since is the mid 90s. melinda roeder joiis us from his campaign headquarters in parkville. >> republicans and democrats nominate their candidates tonight karen parks is joining us from canton where governor ú%malley is expected to be nominated. former g
it would be the merger of the two biggest discount airlines. >> would that merger mean for baltimore? kim dacey is live with that story. >> this merger would be a billion dollar deal, and baltimore should expect to see some effects, with southwest already running 140 flights each day. the merger between southwest and airtran will mean more flights and more passengers for the airport. this translates into revenue for the airport, the city, and the state. a spokesperson said no decisions have been made about eliminating employees. there likely will be positions cut on the corporate level, more jobs could be coming to baltimore. >> southwest's gets bigger at bwi. there are more flights, not fewer flights. that means more people needed to service those flights, generally and through screening them through security. >> there are positives about the merger, there is one possible negative, a decrease in local ad revenue. this would likely mean less money spent on advertising here. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. a home collapsed and calling attention the housing problem. firefighters w
was a victim of a hit-and- run as he was crossing guilford at center street in downtown baltimore at noon on a sunday. witnesses say the driver stopped at first, then sped off. beyond that ross's family knows nothing. three weeks later now and they say police have yet to even call making her feel like nobody even cares. >> i'm not saying i'm frustrated. i'm saying i think they need to do more. as time goes on he's going to be forgotten. >> certainly investigators will be interviewing the witnesses. we'll also check to see if there were any cameras in the area. if there are, we'll certainly look at that footage. we're also asking the publishing, ross's family can't wait for police any longer. they posted this craigslist ad asking for any information even posting the same request on our facebook page hoping, praying someone knows something. >> someone saw something they can come forward or they know the person that did this and they can come forward. >> reporter: taking matters into their own hands looking for the person who stopped her brother's life at the intersection of center and g
. taking a look at rosedale, baltimore county, pulaski highway where emergency crews are on the scene after a car became stuck in high wart. this scene is playing out in areas around our state as a flash flood warning remains in effect. we have coverage south africa -- coverage of the massive system. >> we are not finished with this storm. you've already gotten a lot of rain. there's a will the more to come. we'll put this in motion. there's a few things we want to point out. first, notice this plume in this region of incredibly bright colors. they continue to come up from the south. underneath any one of the bands we could see another one to two inches of rain. it's migrating to the shore. one of the things we need to show you, as far as range goes, this is what we've seen so far. this is estimated rainfall. in this purple area six inches worth of rain. farther south you go, eight to 10 inches worth of rain. notice it drops off but our dropoff numbers are three and four inches. some of the numbers from annapolis at the airport have come up to four or five inches of rain. there's a lot more
". %-baltimore.re in west how the weather made it worse. >> one person said he is addicted to women. that he cannot stop himself almost. >> the lawwuit against john leoppld. the scandalous new allegations tonight against the arundel3 county executive. >> bp's report. the oil company'ssview of what went wrong. >> and more good news about coffee. the way it could very well help -ome people live longer. >> live in high definition, fro3 wbff tv in baltimorr, this is fox 45 news "late edition". >> hello again, i am jennifer gilbert. >> and i am jeff barnd. 24 alarm blaaes in baltimore. row homes up in smoke. >> karen parks is live in west baltimore where firefighttrs returned to the scene mommnts ago. karen? ú% that's right jennifer. if you remember, at 10:00, this is pretty much a ghost town. cleaning up. getting ready to leave. but just minutes ago, and i am talking about maybe five minutes ago. at least 80 firefighters rush to thh scene here. in the 1300 block of north calhoon. after smoke was seen coming from the top of one of the row homes, that caught on fire earlier today. initially we we
's show. >>> good evening. i'm general firm. and i'm jeff barn. baltimore city student was punched in the face by a school bus aide. tonight her úarents are puuhing for criminal charges. >> thh student is a fifth grader aa sharp hall elementary. she says she got into a verbal argument with an adult aide that quickly turned physical. and she ended up with a bruised eye. the story first on fox. today she says she was leaning out of the window when the aide told her tt sit down. she refused. 2 began arguing. and she claims he pushed her and slapped her. that's when a physical fight ensued. she says he finally punched her in the face leaving hee with a bruised and -úswollen eye and small cut. the school calls er mother who says she wants the aide to be fired and chhrged. >> i just feel like if you can not deal with children that have behavior problems, thinks a ask witt children with behavior problems. if you can't deal with it, then you do not need to be in that profession because no one has the right to put their hands on a child eepecially a grown man. >> if i go to sch
. >> counting absentee ballot. latest numbers and very close race for baltimore city state attorney. >>> rain to end the week but fantastic weekend is ahead. seasonable temperature seasonable temperature saturday and sunday in my >> hello i'm jeff barns. >> i'm jennifer. >> police swarm east baltimore after a gun man shoots a doctor inside john hopkins hospital. >> it all ended with the gun man and his mother dead. we have team coverage of the crime. we start with joy sse is live outsiie of johns hopkins tonight. joy. >>reporter: jennifer at this point police are still conducting a criminal investigation into tte events that unfolded here at johns hopkins hospitaa earlier eighth floor of the nelson building. hospital immediately went that lock down. technical team moved in. police now say the gunman became iratt after learning his mother was paralyzed following surggry earlier this week. >> mr. r: but she worried about her friends on 88 >> i can't immanuel how they are feeling right now. hopefully they have evacuated the unit. >>repooter: with blocks barricaded by police a routine bl
in high definition, from wbff tv in baltimore, ttis is fox 45 news "late edition". >> helll again, i am jeff barnd. jennifer is off tonight. primary day in marylanddis just and tonight election officials say they expect about 32 percent of voters to gg to the polls. michael buczyner has the story of a very surprise endorsement in the hotty contested baltimore state's attorney race that could have a major impact. >> just hours before vottrs decide who will likely be baltimore's next state's attorney. high profile defense attorney said he is breaking with tradition. civil rights attorney and former judge billy murphy has endorsed challenger bernstein over jessamy. the latest high profile endorsement for bernstein comms on the heels of similar3 endorsemenns from the baltimore sun and city's police union. jessamy has picked up high profile endorsements, including the baptist minister's conference. and today at a community her accomplishments in office. >> over the course of my time as state's attorney i haveedone an outstanding job. and i continueeto pprform on -ehaaf of the citizens. >> th
necessary had a reason to celebrate. >> glad to be the nominee for baltimore county executive. >> reporter: a bitter fought campaign against his fellow councilman of 16 years joe bartenfelder who had ago agonizeed awaiting his faith. bar ten federaller congratulated him and he said quote i want to thank all may supporters, friends and family that helped me throughout the campaign. i'm proud of the campaign we ran which focused on the issues that are a concern to all baltimore county citizens. i concede in the race. >> i invite joe to join with me both in the fall campaign, and i urged him to consider continued service to our county. joe is a good man, he's a hard worker, he's a dedicated public servant, and i still think he has much to give to our county, faced with the task of trying to close the divide between the two camps cabness is reaching out to police and fire unions two groups supported him in the past and backed his opponent. >> i want to open our tents up to all labor groups in the countily let them know we have a big tent. >> reporter: he will face jeff holt in november. >>
update at this hour -- we have a winner in the democratic race for baltimore county executive. joe bartenfelder conceded the race, making kevin kamenetz the democratic nominee. we will hear from him in a minute. the race that is still too close to call -- baltimore city state's attorney. patricia jessamy is trailing gregg bernstein -- gregg bernstein. 11 news has learned that problems with voting machines are preventing anyone from declaring a winner in this race. we have like team coverage. we began with jayne miller live at the baltimore city board of elections with the latest on the state's attorney's race. >> it would not be called a problem, but the votes have not been counted, that is why no one has declared victory or conceded defeat. here's what is going on at the moment -- if the challenger, gregg bernstein, does have a lead over pat jessamy of 1421 with 97% of the city's 290 precess -- precepts been tallied. we spoke with the city election chief about 45 minutes ago. how many votes do you think are in play in terms of those that have not been counted? >> well, i have no
to a halt to this morning after a police-and off accident in north baltimore. a baltimore city police cruiser and a car collided at the intersection of coldspring lane and roland ave. at the officer and the driver of the car were taken to area hospitals and treated with non- life-threatening injuries. the cause of the crash remains under investigation. hazmat crews are working to clean up hydrochloric acid spill in southwest baltimore. about five gallons spilled on whittington avenue this morning had a living buildings -- had 11 buildings meeting to be evacuated we will not the latest tonight at 5:00. investigators are looking into a fire that forced several people out of all home on carmella drive. it happened on tuesday morning around 4:00. there have been no reports of any injuries and there is no word on why the arson squad is involved. two 14-year-olds and a 16-year- old charged as adults after stabbing a man on the campus of baltimore city university. keith anderson, daysha wilson, and lawrence horton are charged with stabbing keith counsell during an attapparent robbery attempt
. >> thank you. when a storm like hurricane earl heads this way, residents of eastern baltimore county cannot help but think of what tropical storm isabel did to their homes. it was devastating. while hurricane earl is not expected to cause problems, for people who have seen the worst, better safe than sorry. >> i remember tropical storm isabelle. when she hit, but it this way. where i am standing, water was waist deep. back in 2003, it was the storm surge from hurricane isabelle that caused flooding and property damage all around the state. one of the hardest-hit areas was baltimore county. while the hurricanes current track makes what happened unlikely to happen again, officials say they are prepared. >> we're getting hourly updates. it is not likely to happen, but we are prepared to respond to severe condition. going to turn our back. we are going to be watching and prepared to respond. >> today at the baltimore county emergency operations center, officials from all of the county's department were briefed about hurricane girls current track and how the county will respond -- hurricane earl
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